Nigerian singer Chidinma exits secular music to preach the gospel of God.

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Nigerian singer Chidinma Ekile professionally known as Chidinma has exited from the regular secular music to preach the gospel of God.
The singer now under EeZee Global Ministry her new record label, has released her first gospel single titled “Jehovah Overdo”.

Jehovah Overdo” is a mellow groovy song of praise that testifies to God’s monumental works in our lives.
According to the record label, the song is written & inspired by the Holy Spirit and personal life experiences.

Chidinma had taken a break from music and the public eye, which is believed to have perfected her the smooth crossover.
The singer who has always had a pivotal role in the Church music ministry where she started her career at the Church Choir and served as a music director for many years now before her stardom.

In 2010, Chidimma won the 3rd edition of the MTN Project Fame’ reality show ahead of Kesse, Ochuko, Eyo, Tolu, Yetunde
Chidinma then signed to iLLBliss and Clarence Peters’ record label, Capital Hill/Goretti Company.
Her previous hits include “Kedike”, “Jakoliko”, “Emi Ni Baller” won Best Video at the 2014 Headies.
At the 2012 edition of the KORA Awards, Chidinma won Best Female West African Act. She also was nominated for Best Female Act at the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards.

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